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Cheapside glass slides once used for magic lantern shows by the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society at the Bishopsgate Institute

1964 - South Side Lambeth - since demolished

An overview… South Island Place runs west to east from Clapham Road all the way through to Brixton Road.

Crystal Palace, London, 1851

Great Exhibition photo Claude Marie Ferrier (French Reports of the Juries, 1851 Exhibition. View of Transept, looking south, Westmacott set. Painted and dyed cotton.

A 'To London' sign being removed from a signpost in a Surrey village to ensure that no help is given to any possible invader in WW 2.

They Went That Way Canvas Print / Canvas Art by A R Tanner

A 'To London' sign being removed from a signpost in a Surrey village to ensure that no help is given to any possible invader in WW I always joked that they never put the road signs back.

These Vintage Photos Of London During The Victorian Era Are Both Creepy And…

The former Oxford Arms, on Warwick Lane, demolished to make way for an extension to the Old Bailey in the late

"Jewish East End of London" England - London, circa 1900

Exhibition of photographs lost for 60 years reveals a bygone London: Mystery shrouds life of photographer CA Mathews, whose images of the East End of London are going on show from - at eleven spitalfields gallery

LEADENHALL MARKET c.1920

Some reinvented, others long lost: London's markets 100 years ago – in pictures

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